Monthly Archives: July 2011

What do you want to be when you grow up?

From the time we are in Kindergarten, we are asked this question. We are forced to think, at such a young age, what our jobs will be when we grow up. It’s like some goal we have from the time … Continue reading

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Imogen Heap’s Tech-Infused Gloves

Grammy Award-winning musician Imogen Heap used her time on the TED Global stage on Tuesday in Edinburgh, Scotland to not just perform, but to demonstrate an entirely new way of creating music. Using a pair of gloves equipped with wireless … Continue reading

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Festival Yoga

I HAVE to share this with all of you festival-goers. Stretching is so important at festivals, and I found this post by a yoga instructor on the perfect festival yoga… I hope this comes in handy for all of you … Continue reading

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Josh Keyes Art

Josh Keyes’ style is reminiscent of the diagrammatic vocabulary found in scientific textbook illustrations that often express through a detached and clinical viewpoint an empirical representation of the natural world. Assembled into this virtual stage set are references to contemporary … Continue reading

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Music Lately…

I just burned my parents 3 CD’s each… I called them their “Enlightenment” CD’s, because they know how much I love music, but they never really get to listen to what I listen to. I think they mostly listen to … Continue reading

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It’s all part of growing up…

I understand the transition from college/playtime/youth (whatever) to work/adulthood. It’s very difficult and sometimes I feel like I didn’t have enough time to live it up and get everything out of my system. Gareth understands this transition way more than … Continue reading

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